On the side of my Facebook page there is an “insights” box that tells me useful information like the total number of people I’ve reached in the last 28 days and how many post engagements I got. Over the past few months, I have watch these numbers climb up and up and up.
I’m going to share with you how I got these numbers.
For many people who know me, I sprang full formed out of the Earth in 2014 as a connector and master networker. At least that’s how it might seem. I built my network so rapidly, that my personal brand went straight from unknown to “guy who knows a guy”.
But before 2014, I walked this Earth for 34 years, and there’s a lot that happened in that time.
Today we have a fascinating interview with Dr. Michelle Tichy. Dr. Tichy is an expert in educational psychology. She works with parents to help them unlock the amazing potential of their children to learn and grow. We discuss matters of education, new ways of learning, and what it’s like to teach in the era of Covid.
Stay tuned at the end of this episode for a sneak peak of the upcoming season of the podcast starting September 29th.
In this interview, we’ll be speaking with Mark Spinnato of Bouvier Insurance. Mark is a true insurance professional, holding the prestigious Certified Insurance Consultant credential. I was fortunate enough to meet Mark through the Mystic BNI chapter of which were are both members, and I’ve been impressed by his encyclopedic knowledge of the industry and his commitmentto taking care of his customers.
If you want to connect with Mark Spinnato directly, you can reach out to him directly. He works with Bouvier Insurance in Waterford, and you can reach him at 860-859-9821×313 or 860-625-7702.
Our guest today is Larry Zaccaro, scientist, author, game designer, Toastmaster, and more. Larry is the author of children’s book Amy and the Orca and the insightfully philosophical novel Convergent. He invented the card game Wordplay, is a member of the Mystic Aquarium Toastmasters Club, and in his free time he helps his son who founded Tox Brewing in New London, Connecticut.
I talk to a lot of people in multi-level marketing who lament that their team won’t do the work. This is a problem across different markets and companies, and it is rooted in the way the team is built.
For most business owners, sales and marketing are a necessary evil to be able to do what they want to do for their customers. Sales often feels adversarial and almost hostile. What if there was a way to engage with people whom you can help that put you both on the same side without the us vs them feeling of traditional sales?
As I have been diving into my coaching work, I am finding that everyone is at a different stage in their journey to achieve their goals. I wanted to share my thoughts on how one might delineate those stages to assess where they are in the journey.
In this article, I’ll discuss the six stages and what you can expect at each stage as well as some brief thoughts on what you should do to move to the next one.
Tyler Hespeler, a local Realtor and real estate investor here in the Mystic area. It all started when he and his wife bought a fixer upper home and discovered that there was the potential to make money in real estate. One thing led to another, and now Tyler invests in real estate and helps other families on their own real estate journey.